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Robert A. Moosmann ’32

Published in Oct. 22, 2003, issue

Bob, of Osprey, Fla., died Nov. 9, 2002. He was 92.

Born in Brooklyn, he moved to Osprey from Wilmington, Del., in 1983. He left the DuPont Co. after 30 years of service working in organic chemicals and nylon. He served in the Army during WWII, rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel. He fought with a heavy artillery group in France, Belgium, Holland, and Germany. In addition to Princeton, he attended Babson Institute in Massachusetts, and the U. of Delaware.

He was a member of the New Rochelle [N.Y.] Yacht Club, the Tochwoch Yacht Club, the Gibson Island Club, and the Club Nautico de Palma in Majorca. He belonged to the Wilmington Country Club and was Senior Handicap Champion in 1965. He was a recent member and resident of the Oaks Club in Osprey.

He is survived by his wife, Margaret; sons Joseph Warren and Robert Charles; a daughter, Margaret Gail Higgins; and four grandchildren, to all of whom the class sends sincere condolences.

The Class of 1932

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Jeanetha M. Momek Says:

2013-05-03 10:06:36

Condolences... I am the sponsored child here in the Philippines of Mrs. Margaret Moosmann. I am searching for her email to contact. Hope this is the way that I communicate her. Pls, I loved her so much. Till now...
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